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114,587 contemporary furniture for living room Living Design Photos
Ruhl Walker Architects
height living room measuring about 17'-8" floor to ceiling.
rug and furniture (not a fan of furniture; prefer comfy and oversized furniture)
nice modern design and contemporary furniture
like the look and feel of this room
Double height living room
living with fireplace
Color accents for family room
living room...In the living room...Chairs - Living S
Jaffa Group Design Build
177 white pine - new build
Moutnain Contemporary Furniture in Living Room
Placement of furniture in great room.
Like setup of furniture
Family room pillows
art, contemporary furniture
these contemporary, clean furnishings.
Living room idea...lighting for living
Charles Debbas Architecture
sleek contemporary look mixes well with warm colors.
Fireplace, contemporary furniture, living room
Love this furniture and lighting
Living room7...Family room...The great room...Living room
Michael Abrams Limited
Seeley Living Room A
painting my living room but not sure finish I should use.
size of room and why a case opening
What is the size of the living and dinning room? Also why did you decide to place case openings in the dinning room? Without the case openings, don't you feel it would make the living and dinning room more
dining room on one side and the living room on the other side. I have picture frame molding up in the dining room and wanted to do it in the living room as well but I'm not sure if that is too much? There is no molding on the foyer walls. Wanted to know your thoughts since this house has it in 2 rooms
in our Living Room and Dining Room with wainscotting. We are having trouble picking colors for the foyer/stairwell and kithchen/family room. Since we love Shaker Beige so much, can we use this color everywhere OR will that be overdone? Your picture looks like it is used in adjoining rooms as well.
Heather Garrett Design
Heather Garrett Design
entire room, Can you tell me who the manufacturer is for the sofa?
I'm crazy about this room. In fact, the room dimensions, fireplace and placement of the window is identical to my living room! My question is, if this room were to also include a dining room (behind the chairs) do you have suggestions
Thank you so much! This room is gorgeous!
Is this room located in Baltimore???
love the room!! placing the sofa facing the fireplace...would that make the room seem even smaller....and how
dining room furniture to use? My area also has french doors on the fireplace wall. Would you use two chandeliers: the drum light over the table between the chairs and then another light over the dining room table?
Bruce Johnson & Associates Interior Design
Where is it from. Love the entire room actually.
Love this room! Will you share the paint color please?
Any idea of the size of this fab room?
Love so much of this room...
Would you please tell me the dimensions of this room... I have an almost 17' x 15' living room in my home that is about to be built and was wondering if it could come close to looking like this.
Fantastic room! Can you tell me how high the ceilings are?
I'm looking for a contemporary area rug very similar to this. Where did you purchase it? Thanks.
like a contemporary look on the Family Room side and a transitional/traditional on the living room. Thanks for sharing your comments.
amazing room. I love everything about it!!!
Thank you. Do you have info on the stain used, and whether they are oil finished or something else? Again, this is a beautiful room!
CH House Tel-Aviv
long, low furniture like this would look good in the living room
Frank Lloyd Wright often incorporated low ceilings in his Prairie-style homes. To compensate, he often made the rooms extra wide and deeply connected to the outdoor spaces. Using these
view, low furniture will still maximize the perceived height of your room.
Living room - low furniture makes ceilings higher
Low furniture to make ceiling seem higher
Low horizontal furniture to give a high ceiling effect
low, horizontal furniture makes walls seem
low horizontal furniture to make ceiling look higher
horizontal furniture. Keep everything hunkered down low. If you are fortunate enough to have a spectacular view like this, it will amplify the effect dramatically. If you don't have a great view, low furniture will still maximize the perceived height of your room.2. Use wide expanses of glass and keep window